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AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BY TKLIUKAPH-Tbe hou-e adopts a code
of rnles... .Senator Stewart continues his
speech against ihe repeal of the Sherman
act .. Wisconsin's day at the world's fair
Capt. J. O P. Adams elettid command r
in-chief of the O. A. R. . l abor riots in
Knglaud The Union Seanien'-i ast tug of
war A lone hUhwavmnti tndds up a wo
nts nesr St.ckton.. Pacific co&it uotts. ..
General news gleanings.
LOCAL AND MUCKI.HNKOUB.-Flre
commission proi ceding Junketers Trask,
Peppi r aud Hatty ol tne hoard of education
have tnelr traveling expeases agsin reject
ed Four more Chinese ordered deported
A dog as evidence in the examination of
the Oevlne boys on aclmge .f robbjry ...
Prisoner i-oodkluu's escape Lorn the city
Jail i-aturday'j Polo club races at Snnta
Monica Keturn of Friight Aseut Hyn-s
of the 8 uthern ■ alifornla railway — Klolda
Vigues charces W A. Ros<<f San Pedro wi.h
rare The courts and new sultr.
Santa Monica—Trustats meeting;.
-a- i EHAnniNo—Acc'detn to Edward Elliott.
Kivfrsidk — Uontroveriy among the city
Oraso* Cockty—Santa Ana, Orange and
Pomona—The city Iruslecs Water Works
Siits continue to be filed in connec
tion with the City bank failure. The
legend that was put on the door of that
institution when it was closed was, "De
positors will be paid in full." It should
have been worded, "The lawyers will
be paid in full."
01-b old friend, Tom Shackelford, Etq.,
who has been all over tha, coast from
Seattle down, sayß that Los' Angeles is
the most lively and prosperous place on
the Pacific coast. There is certainly no
housewife or farmer tliat will contest
Some inquisitive individual has esti
mated that dnring tbe past few years
American girls, by marrying Europeans,
have taken not lens than $50,000,000
from this country. If thiß is a fact, the
American man certainly needs come
protecticn—so do the girls.
There is no question but that, with a
well understood programme, Los An
geles and the outeide cities, will stand in
with San Francisco on the midwinter
fair. Accepting the fact tbat San Fran
cisco really desires to have the midwinter
fair, we may believe that its success
is with our own people on the coast
and that the fair is a fact accomplished.
The reports from the people return
ing from the (Jhicsgo fair are of late of a
nature to increase commercial prosper
ity hereabouts, which, however, haß all
along been most pleasantly in evidence,
for all agree that in tbe eastern and cen
tral western centers of business there is
a decided progressive tendency, tbat
timidity is disappearing and activity is
The supreme court has now taken a
band in the case of that unspeakable
person; "Mac" Billy Young, who was
convicted of manslaughter for having
bnrned his white slave to death. There
is one satisfaction about the presence oi
his case on the supreme court caleudar,
and that is tbat in any event he wiil
have to spend Borne time in jail before
his case will be finally decided.
According to the latest reports from
the seat of operations, the Southern Pa
cific railway company is vigorously
pushing the construction of its coaet
line, and it is predicted that tbe new
through line from this city to San Fran
cisco, via San Luis Obispo, will be in
operation by next summer. Tbis rapid
construction and completion of the sev
eral long rock tunnels on the route indi
cate that the company has already re
covered from the hard times.
The proposition of votiug bonds for
the extension and improvement of parks
is said not to be any too favorably re
ceived by the city council. It must be
admitted, however, that the plan has not
been thoroughly examined into. The
primary cause for the piesentation of
the question to the park commissioners
was no doubt due to the unsettled con
dition of labor in this city. It is the
opinion ot at least some of the council
men that labor here ie as well provided
for and as largely employed as in any
city of the size in the United Stateß, and
on this ground the question may not se
cure the necessary favor in the council
to bring it before tbe people. Should
*he bonds be voted—which is doubtful—
the work wonld give several hundred
men steady employment and result in
this city having some of tbe finest parks
in the world. But the question is, can
the city, at this time, see the way clear
for the voting of such bonds and tbe
consequent increase of taxation?
A MUCH NEEDED ORDINANCE.
A feature of the streets of Loa Angeles
ia tbeir untidiness. Piecea of caper,
rubbish of all kinds, aticka and innum
erable; objectionable articlee mar the ap
pearance of roadways and aidewaika,
j A gentleman passing a Spring atreet
1 hotel yesterday esw a person raise a
I window and throw a quantity of rub
' bieh out on the heads of passersby. In
! Paris, London, New York or Chicago, if
a police officer had seen that occurrence
the offender would have been promptly
nrrested and heavily fined. In conti
nental cities it is an offense to even drop
a morsel of paper, a piece of orange
peel, a bannana skin, or in fact any
thing on a thorough fara. Receptacles
are placed at intervals for such matter,
and extreme neatness is enforced.
STAND BY THE WORKS.
A rat her queer etate of affaire exists in
connection with the city anditor and
the hoard of education. The auditor
yesterday, for the third time, refused to
approve the demands of three members
of the board who recently made a jun
keting trip northward to inspect the
several methods of heating and ventilat
ing used in school buildings. Tbe an
ditor says he finds no law authorizing
the board to expend money in such a
manner, and on this ground positively
refuses to approve the demands, which
amount to $138. It is given out that tbe
matter will be settled in the courts.
That portion of the mayor's message
presented to the council Tueeday regard
ing cholera and the presence of crim
inals was very timely. He recom
mended tbe appointment of additional
health inspectors and policemen to aid
in keeping I.os Augeles up to her high
standard. There is not a more health
lul city iv the west, yet "in time of
peace prepare for war" was probably
the basis for the mayor's advice regard
ing the presence of cholera in tbis
country. It is never untimely to en
force sanitary laws or to clean up the
streets. The city health officer has done
a good work in inaugurating a general
abatement of the nuisances in Mott
alley, as well as other parts of the city.
From inference it is understood the
good work is but fairly begun.
It is a pleasant thing to know that
from S»n Luis Obiapo and from np the
coaßt there ie a really fine market for
hogs all along the line. Hame in
Southern California require thirty days
to be cured. When tbey have been
made ready for market they go off like
hot cakes. Time it is pleasant to know
that all our Southern California pork
raisers have a sure and reliable market.
The feet ia that there ie a great move
ment in Southern California dependent
on the slaughter of hogs. Cudahy and
company produce perk in great shape
and of splendid quality aqd of marked
standard. Not only have we this heavy
hog product, but we know that it is
bound to be a grest thing.
Tun authorities assert on good author
ity tbat the city is infested with a num
ber of hard characters attracted here by
the prosperity of tbe place as contrasted
with the hard times prevailing in their
eastern haunts, and Mayor Rowan has
asked that the police force be increased
by twenty men. If the facts are as
stated there is no reason why the recom
mendation should not be carried out,
but the proposal would probably meet
with warmer support if there was any
assurance that an even proportion of the
new appointees would be selected from
the Democracy. Under the present
commission there might be one or two
Democrats appointed, but not to exceed
There have been rumors of late to
tbe effect that tbe two so called Demo
cratic members of the polico commis
sion will be replaced by stalwart mem
bers of the party which is supposed to
be in power iv municipal affairs. It has
also been stated by those who claim to
know that there will be a consequent,
and much needed "shaking up" ol the
police force. Whether this programme
will be carried out remains to be eeen.
it is certainly a desirable policy, and
one which to some extent would allay
some of the dissatisfaction which exists
regarding the administration of munic
Tan importance of the irrigation con
gress which is Boon to be held in this
city can hardly be overestimated. It
will develop a vast amount of data re
garding the subject matter which is of
peculiar interest to Southern Californi
ans, and will bring to the city a host of
notable people. Ttie chamber of com
merce has managed the preliminaries
so far very creditably, but the city
should see to it that every measure is
taken for the proper entertainment and
care of the many visitors who will be
attracted by the affair.
The crusade against tbe Chinese con
sequent on the righteous decision of
Judge Ross continues, and it appears as
if they would be deported as fast as tbe
machinery of the law can work out their
convictions. The statement has been
made on good authority that the author
ities will commence nnder the act, ar
resting the known criminal Chinese,
highbinders, gamblers and Mongolian
toughs, and thus rid tbe state of one of
tbe most dangerous elements in its pop
There ie a curious condition of things
prevailing in connection with the pres
ent grand jury. In tbe first place tbe
Herald is informed tbat out of the 10
members of that body only two are
Democrats, and that the foreman, Mr.
D. VV. Field, is D-aclicallv an nffin«
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THTJRSDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER T.
holder today, ac be ii authorized to act
ai public administrator on all cases
which be had not completed when hie
successor to tbat office was installed. It
does savor a bit of pooh bah sort of
bureaucracy to have Mr. Field pass on
his past work as public administrator as
foreman of an inquisitorial jury, and at
the same time be filling tbe duties of
the office into which he has to inquire.
Some men might be embarrassed under
these circumstances, but Mr. Field is
evidently fully equal to tbe situation.
A farewell party was given by Mrs.
Ellen Hart of Tucson, Aris., at the resi
dence of Mrs. Mary Oorwin, 114 Wil
mington street. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Boyle and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Dickson, Mr.
and Mrs. Witherell and daughter of
Tucson. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goodwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Kelahan, Mrs. H. Phillip,
son, Mis«es Winnie Ennis, Bessie Moore,
Mamie Sheller of Newhall, Mamie Oor
win, Aileen Hart of Tucson, Florence
Mulvev, Mamie Goodwin, Capt. W. S.
kowan, Messrs. J. P. Landers, 0. L.
Murphy, W. Moore, T. Cochen, T. Kel
ley, Carret Lynch, D. P. Murphy, J.
Levin, G. H. Cutts. J. Lincoln, Phil
Moore and H. Dickson, jr.
Last Monday evening a few friends of
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eiohler gave them
a pleasant surprise at their home in the
West End. Dancing wae indulged in,
and Mr. White and Mr. Kenno rendered
several choice vocal and violin selec
Mrs. John Off left yesterday for a visit
to Santa Pauln. She was accompanied
by Miss Maude Hollingsworth, one of
Woodland's most charming young ladies.
NERVY AUDITOR TEALE.
HE PROPERLY OBJECTS TO DE
MANDS FOR JUNKETING.
Travellers Pepper, Trunk and Patty or
the Board of Education Have
Their Urmand for Travelling;
As stated in the Herald yesterday,
tbe board of education again presented
the demands of Messrs. Pepper, Trask
and Patty for $138 as traveling expenses,
to City Auditor Teale for approval.
The auditor immediately returned tbe
demands, together with a letter con
taining his objections. Tbe communi
cation stated that the auditor was nn
able to find anything in the law author
izing the expenditure of school money
for traveling expenses or for tbe enlight
enment of the board of education. If
such were the case it would be allowable
for all the money to be expended in a
It ie not known in just what light the
board, or the three members especially,
will receive this the latest advice from
the nervy city auditor. It is thought,
however, a test case will be made of it,
as the auditor positively refuses to ap
prove the demands and says he will not
unless by the order of tbe court.
Orange Growers' 00-Operatlve TJnloa
The manner in which the orange grow
ers have taken hold of the work of or
ganization hits fully justified the predic
tion that there was experience and
brains euougb among them to handle
tbeir business iv such a practical man
ner aB to insure the success of tbe move
The meeting held in Los Angeles last
Tuesday adopted a scheme of work be
tween the various associations by group
ing tbem together in districts, each of
these districts sending a representative
to form an executive board of control to
supervise tbe general affairs of the whole,
thus providing a plan for harmonious
working among all the integral parts
without friction, the essential princi
ples of which are union and co-opera
From the explanation had of this
scheme or plan it is believed it is
thoroughly practicable. Doubtless ex-,
perience may discover some weak spots,
but the orange growers are so well con
vinced of the necessity of their organi
sation that they will speedily correct
any weakness in their plan that time or
experience may develop.
But to reap tbe fullest benefit tbe
coming season, they must yet do come
hard nnd earnest work. The season is
rapidly advancing, and the shipping
season will soon be here. The signatures
of the growers must all be secured, the
organizations, both local and district, be
completed, and the managers appointed,
so that a careful estimate of each grow
er's crop can be secured, so that orders
for boxing and other materials may be
placed by the executive board of control
for the amount that m*y De required by
the local associations, thus bringing
ali the orders t- gether into one, which
wiil secure tbe most advantageoue
prices and terms. But it is essential
tbat this work be done carefully and
jußt as soon as possible. Then, again,
the managers must don tbeir harness
aud become accustomed to it and ac
quire sot ie knowledge of the market
conditions and requirements. Through
them the district noards of exchange are
formed by whom the executive board of
control, the court of appeal and final
adjudication, aB it were, ie selected irom
among the managers. So that in fact,
until the local associations complete
tbeir organizations little more can be
Hurry up, gentlemen 1 Remember
that the eyes of the growers, ac well as
tbe country at large, are on you. The
interests involved are too vast to be dis
regarded. The future prosperity of
Southern California hangs in a large
measure on the success of this under
Los Anoei.es Theater. —The Old Com
edy company, headed by Mrs. John
Drew, will open tomorrow, playing a
Saturday matinee. Manager Wyatt
states that tbe company will not leave
until Sunday, so tbat Saturday evening's
performance wilt be in no ways hurried.
The company will play The Rivals.
Division of Adams Street Tract.
The division of tbe Adams btreet Homestead
tract takes place on Thursday, S.-pt. 7,1893, at
Ue.m., at the Knights of Libor Hall, No. 208
North Main street All monthly payments now
due must be paid before the division. Southern
Caliiornla Land 09. B. W. PiERUE.Sao'y.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy's
am . ...i.ih<»ui»« oia kt. Loa Angeles.
PECK'S BAD BOY WAS THERE.
Another Big Day at the World's
Citizens of the Badger State Tarn
Ont In Force.
Gorermor Peek Held a Reception—Welsh
Singles: Contests — The National
Commission Remains la
By the Associated Press.
Chicago, Sept. B.—ln the Welih Eie
tedfodd et the world's fair, in competi
tion for cbornses of male voices for
prises, $1500, seven choirs competed as
follows, each choir numbering 50 to 60
voices: Cambrian msle chorus, Pitts
burg; tbe Wilkesbarre, Pa., male
chorus; the Herhyn male choir, Salt
Lake .City; tbe Qs ent >'cc society, Ed
wardsville, Pa.; the Ph andra Glee soci
ety, South Wales, la.; the World's Fair
male party, Hiteman, la. Trie awards
will be announced Friday night.
Thia was Wisconsin day at the fair.
A throng of citizens of the Badger state
appeared on the g roundß early. Gover
nor Peck held a reception at the state
Tbe competitive programme in the
Welsh Eistedfod openedd tbis afternoon
with a grand organ selection and mass
choruses by Norman musicians.
A large number of Wisconsin soldiers,
returning from the national encamp
ment of the G. A. 8., took part
in the celebration. The feature of the
day was a reception by Governor Peck,
a solid stream of visitors passing by him
for over two hours.
The fireworks tonight proved equal to
any yet given at the fair, tbe principal
piece being a huge representation of
"Old Abe," Wisconsin's celebrated war
eagle, whose Btuffed body wae one of the
great features of attraction in the Wis
consin state building today.
Tbe duet prize of Welsh bards was
won by J. T. Watkins and David Stevens
of Scranton, Pa. Ihe contralto solo
award woe captured by Mibs Bessie
Evans of Wales.
The new liberty bell was unloaded
tbis morning and placed in front of the
west entrance of the administration
The total admissions today were 204,
--577, of which 172,765 were paid.
To ere is a notable increase in atten
dance from day to day and tbe majority
of the crowds now seem to be coming
from outside of tbe city.
The national commission today
adopted the report of the committee in
the case of Jnror Higbee.
The special committee appointed to
formulate an answer to Secretary Car
liss's recent letter advocating tbe early
adjournment of tbe commission, made a
report favoring a continuance of the
session, stating that there were sufficient
funds for a continuous session and that
the influence of the commission over*
the fair wae very desirable. Tbe letter
will be forwarded to Secretary Carlisle.
A BIG IRON TRUST.
Tha Mew Rockefeller syndicate Now an
Naw York, Bept. 6. —john S. Rocke
feller's attorney today put tbe finishing
touch to the last preliminary agreement
which makes an accomplished fact of
the Lake Superior Consolidated Iron
Mines combination, controlling nine
tenths of all the iron ore production in
the United States, witb a cash capital of
$30,000,001), and a reserve of $100,000 000
more in aggregate property. These
statements are made on the authority of
Leonidas Merritt. one of the Merritt
brothers who control the Mesaba range
iron mines. He says Roskefeller, the
Wetmores and Merritts are in the syndi
cate. The trust was organized by taking
over tbe majority interest in the stocks
of tbe Mesaba and Gogebic range,
mines, docks, etc., in Michigan and
Wisconsin, besides tbe Rockefeller in
terests in the Spanish-American mines
on the east coast of Cuba. The company
will also control a steel barge fleet of 25
whaleback steamers and barges for tbe
ore tn df, snd ore receiving docks at
Coneain, I)., and the railroad facilities
ior getting ore from there to the eastern
furnaces. Ihe company has mt.de an
agreement to maintain a standard of
prices. These prices will be such as will
preclude the possibility of competition
by the deep bard-ore minea ct the eld
EUROPEAN BERT 9UOAS.
A Probable Net Excess iv Production
Over 189 !.
London, Sept. ti. —Data obtainable
from reliable sources on tbe prospective
supplies of European beetsugar from the
crop of 1803 considerably modify the
estimate of the Agriculture Ritionelle of
Brussels. Inquiries made by a represen
tative of the Associated Press have ob
tained a concurrent expression of opin
ion. All the estimates must be taken
subject to deduction according as tbe
weather from now till the crop is com
preted may favor or injure the roots.
The weather influences, therefore, may
alter the eitimates one way or the
oilier, even by several hundred thousand
pounds. The present prospect appears to
justify the expectation of a deficiency in
Fiance of 75,000 tons, and in Holland of
5000 tonß. Tne yield in Belgium will
not differ from ths yield of 1892. It ie
probable there will be an excess in Rus
sia of 200,000 tons; in Austro-flungary
of 100,000 tons, and in Germany of 125,
--000 tons, making a probable net excess
over the yield of 1892 of 345.000 tons.
The leading eugsr firms of Mincing
Lane, Loudon, scoff at Gieicker's esti
mate of a surplus in the Agriculture-
Rationelle, but agree in expecting a high
Laat of All With tbe Newa.
The readers of that wide-awake al
ways-ahead-with-the-news evening, jour
nal of Main street were doubtlessly
greatly impressed with the character of
its alertness, displayed yesterday in the
special correspondence letter from Chi
cago giving a forecast of the internation
al meet of wheelmen held in Chicago
last month from the sth to the 12th.
The article wae about one column and a
half in length and appeared on the sixth
page. The letter discussed most ably
tbe chances of Sanger, Zimmerman,
Johnson, Osmond and a host of others,
and alto Btated that Sanger wae to rep
resent England at the meet.
New Youk, Sept. 6.—Notices of the
resumption of factories in various parts
of the eastern and middle states con
tinue to come in. Many other concerns
are preparing to resume operations.
Aa Incident Witnessed on tho Court
There is a man in Loa Angelea who
deaervea to be held np to pnblio acorn.
He was in the court houae grounds
yeaterday morning at 11 o'clock, trund
ling a baby carriage. There was a baby
in the carriage, and a little boy about
2 years old played around.
The man was shoving the carriage in
front of tbe Broadway entrance, when a
little woman came down the steps, hav
ing bsen on tome errand in the court
When abe reached the fellow he said
something to her and shoved tbe car
riage as hard as be conld, letting go of it.
It trundled rapidly along the cement
walk toward tbe sloping lawn, and the
woman ran after It. She managed to
stop it just as the carriage reached the
curb and would have spilled the baby
ont. The fellow had followed along, and
while the mother was trying to quiet
the child, he took it roughly from ber
arms and tossed a distance of five or six
feet Into the carriage. It fell against
the side and waa bruised by the brutal
Tbe poor woman seemed to be par
alyzed by fear of the shameless fellow,
but went to her child and soothed it the
best she could.
Her lord and master followed along
behind her as she shoved the baby car
riage along, and was evidently reeling
off ugly remarks.
The scene was witnessed by several
people, and If he hsd remained on tbe
court house grounds a minute or two
longer tbe officers would have been able
to run bim in.
MAKES ITSELF FELT
—the great, griping, old-fash
ioned pill. Not only when
you take it, but unpleasant,
from first to last, and it only
does a little temporary good.
The things to take its place
are Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pel
lets. One of these at a dose
will regulate the whole system
perfectly. They're tiny, sugar
coated granules, scarcely
larger than mustard seeds.
They act in Nature's own
way. No reaction afterward.
Their help lasts and they do
permanent good. Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious At
tacks, Sick or Bilious Head
aches, and all derangements
of the liver, stomach, and
bowels are prevented, re
lieved, and cured.
They're the cheapest, for
they're guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money is re
turned. Nothing can be "just
A M DEPARTURE
NOT A DOLLAR EED BE PAID US
UNTIL CUKE IS EFFECTED
DR. C I CO.
PositiTely cure in from thirty tofcixty
days all kinds of
R U PTU R E
VaBICOOBLH, HYDROCELE, PILES and FIV
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vrltno.it the use of linlfe, d awing blood or de
tention from business.
CON-ULTATIOS AND EXAMINATION FRHE
Cen refer interested pinion 10 prominent Los
Ange.es citizens who nave been treated by
tbem. Cure tmarauteod.
65H B. MAIN ST., COR. SEVENTH,
3-7 12m LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Can a Woman Be Beautiful
With a Sallow Complexion or a Rough
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THEN why not try a
' remedy that wi'l
miito you beautiful?
ibM*, Luis Montez Creme,
SfeS <S The SKIN FOOD and
\gW I TI SUE B.H.DER,
*V J*; is a wonderful f clal
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no poisons, and rec
ommended by the
' iSn 2 best physicians.
< It removes sll
\ lufta rtn»V4*\ 'acting Vhe
sun and wind and keeping it soft and smooth.
Price 75 cents. Pot lasts three months.
Mrs. Uarrlson's VACE POWBER.
It is very fine aud adhesive, cannot lnj itre the
most delicate skin, and I olalm It to be pos
ltivelv imperceptible to the closest scrutiny.
The pain of I rues led aud sunburnt skin, so an
noying to ma y ladles, can he avoided by tne
free use of IOIA MONTKZ and this row-
OKK. Three shades—White, Flesh aad
Brunette. Price, SO cents.
M Its. HARRISON'S FACE BLEACH
Is not a cosmetic to hide defects, but a medical
wD»h that scion ili. ally it-moves all Freckles,
i an, Annburn, r.lnoUh >.d. Moth Patches,
• uiioH •!.'*« and all other skin b cmishea.
Price $1. All of Mrs. Harrison's numerous
preparations for sale by all druggls r.
MRS. DORA JOHNSON,
Lady Agent for Los Angeies,
Halrdresslng end Man'cnring Par'o-s, Rooms
41-12 Wilson Btock, Spring street.
For any special or complicated blemish of
the face auriform, write to v Ri. NETTIE
HAaRHON. 2b Foary street, 8m Frauclioo,
Cat. aiiinarflnoiulairpermanetlr removes.
I LADIES, I
I Waists I
I But they are so awfully pretty, we want 3
you to see them—you never saw such pretty |d|
styles before, and at popular prices, too; |j|
pretty ones for $i and up to $4 in silks. pi
IU Come in and see them, and don't forget ||j
II about the BOYS' SUITS we are selling at | j
fa half-price. 6y
jg Cor. Temple^Ste.^^
WINE [a . S n ml Telephone 38.
BONDS and STOCKS
Your money cannot be more safely invested
than In first-class bonds. We have an excep
tionally fine istue where tho total indebted
ness is not 5 per cent of the value of security.
These bonds nave received the highest recom
mendation by bankers in this city. Call lor
particulars and pr.ces.
U. 8. Government registered fonra at New
block ln Flr<t National ana Lot Angeles Na
tional Banks at attractive figures.
Money to loan on first-class security. If you
have any to loan oall fer our list of applica
PIRTLE REAL ESTATE AND TRUST CO.
889 WKBT SECOND ST. 8-10 lm
IP YOU HAVE DEFECTIVE EYES
And value them coasult us. No case of defec
tive vision where glasses are required is too
complicates} for ns. The corrout adjustment
of frames ts quite as Important as the perfect
filling of len.es, and tbo scientific fitting and
making of glasses and frames is our only busi
ness (specialty). Eyes examined and tested
free ot charge. We use electric power, and are
tne only house here that grlndsglassesto order
8. «. MARSHUr/.. Leading Scientific Optic
ian (ipeciallst), 167 North Spring street, opp
old courthouse. Don't forget the number.
Glass & Long,
TEMPLE AND NEW HI3H STS.
T«L635. 112 7 lyl LOS ANGELEA
The very elegant and coatly furniture of two
Ado hous ■« removed to our aalesioom for con
venlQuce oi Bale.
Wednesday, September 6th,
AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M., >1
N05.426 &V2B 8. SPRING STREET.
One handsome rosewood bedroom snlt: aiso
solid oat, waluu. and antique suits, oak and
tvainutonefTinler-, book casta and sideboards,
one handsome oak ladles' dresser; fine piano
lamp, one elegant easel mirror; other line mir
rors and mantel mirrors, oil paintings and
steel engravings; very pretty parlor, sitting
and dining room cbalis and rockers, costly
upholstered parlor furniture and ln odd pieces,
ladles' writing desks, oak aud ash extension
tables, dining and kitchen furniture, portlera
and lace c urt ins, with poles, together with
Don't miss this Important sale. Wait for lt,
as tho goods must be disposed of on this date.
Parties leaving the city.
MATLOCK & BKBD, Auctioneers.
Best family and tonrist hotel ln Southern
California to lease for a term of years. Con
tains 100 rooms, Urge social hall and bright,
sunny nluing-room. All modern conveniences,
Including electric light", steam heat and well, i
with engine and boiler; return call bells, gaa
and room for private plant. Situated on the
►onthwest corner of Hope snd Eighth street".
Cable road within one block and eleotrio mi
within two blocks. Bids roceived. Beferenoel
HANNA So WEBB.
9-2 lm 204 S. Spring St., Los Angelea.
LOL ANGELES COUNTY, CAL
A branch of the Oonvent of Our Lady of the
Sacred Heart, Oakland, Cal.
This institution, conducted bi the Sisters of
the Holy Namss, occupies one of the moil pic
turesque sites ln the San Gabriel Valley. It has
features of excellence that specially recom
mend Hto public puronaee. Tne course of
itndy embraces tbe various hranchesol a solid,
useful and ornamental education. For partic
ulars apply to the LADY SUPERIOR.
Conveyances will take visitors ftom Shorb "
station to Convent on Thursdays and Sun
days, on arrival of 2:10 p. ra. train from Loa
Angeles. 8 12m